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Most visitors to the Michigan State Capitol come to tour the building, observe legislative session, or participate in the legislative process by meeting with legislators or testifying before legislative committees.

The goal of the Michigan State Capitol Commission and Capitol staff is to ensure that every person visiting the Michigan State Capitol is treated with respect. Everyone should be able to enjoy a tour, observe the legislature, and participate in the legislative process.

The Michigan Legislature, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), ensures that individuals with disabilities shall not be excluded from participating in, or be denied, the benefits of any program, service, or activity offered by the Legislature

The purpose of this section is to advise persons with disabilities of the services and accommodations available at the Michigan State Capitol.

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All entries to the Capitol and Heritage Hall are mobility disability accessible. At least one outer and one inner door at each entry have an automatic door opener.

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Public restrooms are located in Heritage Hall, and in the Capitol on the ground, third and fourth floors. Family restrooms are also available in the Capitol and Heritage Hall. All public restrooms are accessible to persons with mobility disabilities.

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The Capitol Tour Guide staff can accommodate many different needs and sensory friendly toolkits are available at the front desk upon request

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We are pleased to offer tours with a licensed American Sign Language interpreter for our Deaf and Hard of Hearing guests upon request. Please e-mail your reservation request to